Available in 5 classes, this award may be claimed by any licensed amateur who can produce evidence of having contacted since 15 Nov 1945, with stations located in call areas listed using the 5 HF bands.
The award is available to any station who has made QSOs with HD085QRC between July 16th 00:00 UTC to July 23th 23:59:59 UTC under any of the three options: REQUIREMENTS: 3 QSO´s all on different bands. 3 QSO´s all on different modes. 3 QSO’s all on different days, regardless of band or mode.
This award is issued for contacts with at least 23 countries or call areas located in CQ Zone 15 : 9A, 9H, ES, HA, HV, I, IS, LY, OE (2 call areas), OH0, OH ( 3 call areas), OJ0, OK, OM, S5, SP ( 4 call areas), T7, T9, TK, UA2, YL, YU, Z3, ZA.
For ACA award compounds are working with cities from the city list, wherein for each of the 148 cities 1 point is to count. The 15 FREE CITIES, which are those with their own statute, count 2 points each.
"Actio 40" award is a DARC acknowledged award to promote activity in the 40m-band. The award may be applied for by all applivants who contact 100 different stations within one calendar month on 40m (7000-7200 kHz) in SSB or CW.
Award certificates will be available for working 'AOTA' stations, with certificates as follows: Bronze AOTA Certificate. 5 activated stations/airfields worked. Gold AOTA Certificate. 50 activated stations/airfields worked.
Prove contact on any band and mode with one station from each of the following call areas: Indonesia - Kalimantan in call area YB/YC7, Brunei V8, East Malaysia (Sarawak) 9M8, East Malaysia (Sabah) 9M6, One expedition with BARC logo or callsign 9M6BRC or other local club 9M0.
Sponsored by REP and the SARL to honor Dias's arrival at the Cape of Good Hope in 1488 for contacts as follows after 1 January 1988: Portuguese need 20 CT and 5 ZS, South Africans need 20 ZS and 5 CT, All others need 5 each of CT and ZS.
Contact amateur radio operations from a railway station of the SNCB (Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer Belges). Eligible stations will provide a two part reference number unique to that railway station.
BTC is a group of CW enthousiast who want to keep the art of CW alive. In order to keep promoting CW contacts among radioamateurs (and encourage SWL’s to listen to CW QSO’s) on all amateur bands they issue a membership award to all who can provide contact with Belgian radioamateurs.